Huntington Beach, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The U.S. Census Bureau's 2010 American Community Survey has provided the most accurate population and steets data available for Huntington Beach City, California. According to the 2010 census, there were 73,657 households in Huntington Beach City. 29.1% of households were family units with children under the age of 18; 51.4% were married couples; 25.5% were single parents; and 6.7% were senior citizens living alone.

The median property value in Huntington Beach, California, was $771,100 as of 2019. This is 3.21 times larger than the national average. Homeownership rate is 56.8%, slightly lower than the national average. The median household has two cars. The average commute time is 27.8 minutes. Huntington Beach is a beach community. As such, it has a casual atmosphere. The median home price in Huntington Beach is $989,000, which is higher than the national average.

The median age of Huntington Beach, CA residents was 42.4. This includes native and foreign-born citizens. Foreign-born citizens make up about 3.32% of the city's workforce. As of 2019, foreign-born citizens made up 51. The median household income was $44,017. The median family size was 3.8. The city's median age was 42. The most common race/ethnicity group was white, followed by Hispanics and Other people.

In addition to its many attractions, Huntington Beach is located near Disneyland and other major tourist destinations. This area is home to the largest pleasure pier in the state and the longest concrete pier. The city also has five public parks, including the prestigious Huntington Central Park, the largest city-owned regional park in Orange County, two golf courses, and 72 tennis courts. Huntington Beach is also home to the famous Surfing Museum. The city is also surrounded by the Pacific Coast Highway, which is a popular place for biking and jogging.